Good News for Man United ahead of their Champions League first match
Manchester United will be taking on young boys in their first Champions league group stage match.
The red devils have high expectations of this season’s Champaign as their signings are of good quality.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that their could be addition of some players to the team that smashed Newcastle United.
Fred did not feature in the last game despite him being on the bench.
The good news is that Mc Tominay has fully recovered from the surgery he had.
The Scottish player has been the controller of the midfield and is expected to start tomorrow.
The 24 year-old trained with the squad on Friday but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did not want to introduce him earlier than expected.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believe Christiano Ronaldo’s ambitions to lift trophies will help Manchester United this season both in Champions league and the premier league.
Solskjær: “It’s not impossible to leave him [Ronaldo] out. He is 36. Mason [Greenwood] is 19 so it’s the same”
“I have to manage his minutes and I have to manage a 36-year-old minutes as well.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that the 36 year-old cannot be left out.
His fitness and training sessions shows that he is hungry for more.
Another good news is that Solskjaer has a plan for Donny Van De Beek and the Dutch will be featuring in the next games.
With the future of Paul Pogba remaining uncertain, Van De Beek will be the best player to cover that gap in case the French star leaves old Trafford.